In the end, nature will win out.
The photo above shows how, since March 11, 2011, nature has begun take back what is hers.
After the March 11, 2011 9.0 Magnitude earthquake caused a tsunami that cause multiple near-meltdowns of the daiichi nuclear power generating facility in Fukushima, the Japanese government created a no-go zone... a nuclear disaster exclusion zone up to 30 kilometers around the facility... that bad boy was leaking radioactive material into the ground, the ocean, and into the sky, where winds would blow it any which way it felt.
The exclusion zone was to prevent people from becoming sick with possible radiation poisoning as people often get very stupid and seem to think that their home (even if it is their castle) is the most important thing on the planet.
Anyhow... after the evacuation of towns and homes in the area, and in preparation of the day humanity could one day return to the differently-meaning 'green zone', they had to get rid of all the things that had been in the way of the radioactive expulsion.
Abandoned cars were one such thing.
So, the abandoned cars were towed out to a grassy field and left their to slowly rot as nature finds a way.
I just wonder what those long rectangular buildings are on the right side of the image.
The abandoned cars are near the abandoned town of Shimonogami...
For a horror show, of sorts, click HERE and then zoom in to Google Street View and then take a look at the abandoned town of Shimonogami, which is the closest town to the reactor station Fukushima Daiichi.
If the link doesn't work, copy and paste in this address: Japan, 〒979-1308 Fukushima-ken, Futaba-gun, Ōkuma-machi, Shimonogami, Ōno, 県道252号線